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    Angry December 27, 2021

    168 Residents +

    80 Non residents +

    56% of those residents tested were positive.

    Today's numbers . 248 new infections have been detected, 168 of them among residents (local infection rate 56%). 26 people have been recovered . The total number of active cases is now 1,105. On average, there are 150 new cases per day with an average daily local infection rate of 32%. Right now, there are four Covid patients in the general ward and in Colombia six in ICU .

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    OMG! These numbers are going crazy!
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    the lines for testing are long!
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    OMG! These numbers are going crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    OMG! These numbers are going crazy!
    Took the words right out of my mouth.

    248 is the second highest number of daily positive test results since the Pandemic began.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike G View Post
    Took the words right out of my mouth.
    Mike, you made the right choice! And we were concerned in September! That was nothing compared to this! My only hope is that this variant gets weaker in the next several weeks.
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    Just Booked trip 36- Trip report starting in June.







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    Crazy!

    With everyone in Aruba testing imagine being a tourist now where you have to be tested 24 hours before flying back. Getting tested and then results back in time to fly home. I hope the following months things improve.
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    Andrea, looks like our trips were timed perfectly. No way would I have gone had the variant been ramped up at that time.


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    I'm sure this is overwhelming for the country, especially with running out of accommodations for isolation and now relying on resorts. It throws a wrench into reservations, probably lots of angry customers, and staffing issues. What a mess.


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